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fuse-shared-library

Cross-platform FUSE libraries for OSX/Linux


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fuse-shared-library

Cross-platform prebuilt FUSE libraries for OSX/Linux.

This module will dynamically require either fuse-shared-library-linux or fuse-shared-library-darwin.

Installation

npm i fuse-shared-library --save

Usage

const libfuse = require('fuse-shared-library')

console.log(libfuse.lib) // path to the shared library
console.log(libfuse.include) // path to the include folder

// tells you if libfuse has been configured on this machine
libfuse.isConfigured(function (err, yes) { })

// configure libfuse on this machine (requires root access)
// but only needs to run once
libfuse.configure(function (err) { })

// unconfigures libfuse on this machine
libfuse.unconfigure(function (err) { })

You should configure libfuse using the above API before using the shared library, otherwise the program using fuse will error.

You can remove the folder manually if you want to remove fuse or use the unconfigure api listed above.

The shared library itself is contained within the module and not copied or installed anywhere. You should move the shared library next to your program after linking it as that is where your binary will try and load it from.

Using a GYP file this can be done like this:

{
  "targets": [{
    "target_name": "fuse_example",
    "include_dirs": [
      # include it like this
      "<!(node -e \"require('fuse-shared-library/include')\")"
    ],
    "libraries": [
      # link it like this
      "<!(node -e \"require('fuse-shared-library/lib')\")"
    ],
    "sources": [
      "your_program.cc"
    ]
  }, {
    # setup a postinstall target that copies the shared library
    # next to the produces node library
    "target_name": "postinstall",
    "type": "none",
    "dependencies": ["fuse_example"],
    "copies": [{
      "destination": "build/Release",
      "files": [ "<!(node -e \"require('fuse-shared-library/lib')\")" ],
    }]
  }]
}

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Package last updated on 14 Jan 2020

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